This is part of a cinema project code that my friend did. I understand most of the other parts, but when I came to this part, I am completely lost.
Can someone please explain this to me line by line please.

Thank You.

If you need the complete code to understand ,I'll upload it....

void Ticketing::ChooseSeat(int NumOfSeat,double sale)
    char Option[256]={0};
    string Input="";
    char SeatY[1];
    int SeatX;
    int FinalSeatY=0;
    char CInput[256]={0};
    cout << "\nChoose Seat : ";
    getline (cin,Input);
    for (int i=0;i<Input.size();i++)CInput[i]=Input[i];
    cout << "Action('o' for reserved and 'x' for direct payment) : ";
    getline (cin,Input);
    for (int i=0;i<Input.size();i++)Option[i]=Input[i];
    sscanf ( CInput, "%c %d",SeatY , &SeatX);//http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/clibrary/cstdio/sscanf/
    FinalSeatY = int(SeatY[0]-65);//get integer value of a char to goto array's y index
    int temp = NumOfSeat+SeatX;
    for (;SeatX<temp;SeatX++)
        seat[SeatX-1][FinalSeatY] = Option[0];
    if (Option[0]=='X')UpdateCash(NumOfSeat,sale);
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Last Post by WaltP

Tell you what. You explain as best you can what each line does, and we can help you correct your assumptions.

The biggest problem with this code is the structure.
-- No whitespace to make things easier to read.
-- Lines that do too much and should be broken into multiple lines ( for statements)

Add some formatting and comment each line then repost the code.
And don't parrot the line in your comment, for example: a = 3 // put 3 in variable a Why is a 3 being put in a?

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